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Paragenesis, alteration and geothermometry of the cassiterite veins of Coal Creek, Alaska
AuthorOrbock, Edward J.C.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Hreisen bordered, quartz-cassiterite veins have formed within 52 m.y. old multiple-phase granitic intrusives. Four intrusives have been identified. The intrusives are hosted by hornfelsed argillites of the West Fork miniterrane.
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West Fork miniterrane